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Apple Sued For Watch Injury In Florida


Technology is advancing at a thrilling pace, and these advances allow us to enjoy new and improved gadgets that get better and better with each passing year. But with so many advances, safety is often sacrificed. Products may reach shelves without being fully tested, and some companies may willingly sell products even with the knowledge that they can be dangerous in certain situations. Apple Watches have been quite popular for many years now, but it seems as though the tech giant behind this popular gadget is not immune from lawsuits. Recently, a Florida resident sued Apple for causing a burn injury.

If you have suffered any type of injury due to a defective product, it’s best to get in touch with a qualified, experienced personal injury attorney in Florida. These legal professionals can hold manufacturers accountable for causing injuries to innocent people. During your initial consultation, you can explain your situation. Your attorney can then recommend the best course of action, and often this will involve filing a product liability lawsuit. A successful lawsuit results in a considerable settlement, and you can use this settlement to pay for medical expenses, missed wages, and much more.

Tampa Resident Sues Apple for Skin Burn 

On November 1st, a 49-year-old Tampa resident filed a lawsuit against Apple for causing a skin burn. The burn was allegedly caused by the individual’s Apple Watch, which apparently reached a high temperature “suddenly and without warning.” The metal back of the watch subsequently burned the individual’s wrist, leaving a square-shaped mark on his skin, according to the lawsuit. This individual is seeking $30,000 in damages and is accusing the tech giant of negligence.

Filing a Product Liability Lawsuit 

This individual’s product liability lawsuit alleges that the design and manufacture of the watch led to its defective nature. He is also claiming that the company failed to provide adequate warnings for proper and safe use of the product. Manufacturing defects, design defects, and warranty defects are the three areas of liability that can lead to product liability lawsuits.

This is Not the First Time Apple Has Faced Legal Action for Its Watches 

Apple has been sued on many prior occasions for injuries related to its watches. On Apple’s own website, you can find numerous examples of customers complaining about 1st-degree burns caused by their watches. These individuals are often asking whether they are entitled to some kind of compensation.

Enlist the Help of a Qualified Attorney Today 

For help with your case, reach out to the Orlando personal injury lawyers at Payer Law. Over the years, we have assisted numerous injured victims, including those who have been hurt by defective products. Apple might be one of the most popular tech companies in the world, but that doesn’t give them the right to release products that are capable of harming innocent people. Whether you’ve been injured by a tech gadget, a reckless driver, or any other negligent party, you have every right to take legal action. Book your consultation today, and we can help you do just that.


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